The Cadillac Escalade that Tony Soprano used in fiction goes to auction. It’s a vehicle that was used for the scenes shot outdoors, which worked as a personal vehicle for actor James Gandolfini in his role on the television series The Sopranos.
Orne of the pieces of the recent history of television goes to auction. This is the Cadillac Escalade ESV of the year 2003, used in the small-screen performance by James Gandolfini in his iconic role of Tony Soprano, in the television series The Sopranos.
The vehicle was used during the last three seasons of the award-winning HBO series and was one of two identical vehicles used by the production, while this unit was specifically used for the shots filmed outdoors, including those that show to Tony Soprano and his boys on the streets, as well as in some action scenes.
The Escalade was in the fiction the personal car of Tony Soprano and their main means of transport, often used to display your daily activities, meetings with members of the families of New York, and his assistance to some of the points of reference of the plot, such as the club of strip-tease ‘Bada Bing’ and the store pig ‘Satriale’s’. The vehicle is also used in sequences of action that include the persecution of the fifth season in which Tony pursues in the form furious Phil Leotard trying to collect a debt, which culminates with Leotard crashing into a stopped car.
The actor has left signed the interior of the Escalade, a signature on the visor of the driver and another in the dashboard above the glove compartment. James Gandolfini he died in the city of Rome, Italy, 51 years of age, in the month of June of the year 2013, due to a heart attack.